Here’s a take 2 for the weekly photo challenge: texture. These photos were taken while riding in a helicopter over Alaska. The snow crevices make it appear almost rough.
Filed under Photos, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tagged as Alaska, ice, photos, postaday2011, postaweek2011, snow, texture, weekly photo challenge
Alaska wow I wanna go there too, beautiful photos
Yes, Alaska is on a grand scale with many beautiful imagines. Thanks for your comment.
The ride in the helicopter was amazing to see such a large scale. Thanks for the comment.
wow! those are not ugly at all, they are awesome raw enviroment shots. Amazing!
oops, it was the person above you who said they thought their photos were ugly, not you. They were wrong too, their shots are also great
I know which blog you’re talking about. Alaska is a huge landscape with much to see. Thanks for your comment.
these quasi-blue pictures are fantastic! congratulations!
I’m glad you enjoy the photos. The bright blue was amazing in the sky. Thanks for the comment.
Thanks, nature surprises and makes us second guess what we see.
Alaska textures vs. book textures = interesting tension!
Thanks for the comment. It was breathtaking in the sky.
Pictures like this is something I can never see in my country, which is located in the tropic. Therefore, they always take my breath away.
Yes, you definitely wouldn’t see glaciers and snow in the tropics. I enjoyed the texture of your raspberry. Thanks for your comment.
I’m glad you enjoy the photos. Thanks for the comment.
I love the greys and blues in the top ‘abstract’
I couldn’t believe the vibrant blues high from the sky. It was breath taking. Thanks for the comment.
Wow, amazing pictures…something rarely seen. Looking over our Earth from above is definitely an unforgettable experience.
Yes, it was definitely an experience and viewpoint I won’t forgot. Thanks for the comment.
love these glaciers…. reminds me of a trip up to alaska with a stop in stewart, bc and hyder, alaska….. thanks for sharing these great, awe-inspiring textures.
I’m sure this gave you good memories from your Alaskan trip. It really was inspiring and an awesome sight. Thanks for the comment.
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